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Save the Date
- Better Date than Never, Book 4
- By: Susan Hatler
- Narrated by: Martha Lee
- Length: 2 hrs and 32 mins
Kristen knows men hide things. Case in point, her last boyfriend turned out to be married. Just like anyone else, Kristen is devastated. However, since Kristen evaluates people for a living, her ex’s duplicity has her searching for a new career as well as swearing off men. Touring history museums with her sexy friend Ethan doesn’t count, because he has a girlfriend, and has only shown friendly interest in Kristen. He even helps with her career counseling tasks.
Review: Save the Date, by Susan Hatler
- By Robert Zimmermann on 10-03-14
Finding your match
Would you consider the audio edition of Save the Date to be better than the print version?
I am a huge lover of print, but I did find myself enjoying the audible. It comes in handy when you don't have time to read yourself.
What did you like best about this story?
I enjoyed the story line in whole. Kristen is a character I can find myself relating to. Her fear in herself and relationships is coming. It was nice to see Ethan wear her down until she was ready to give him a chance. Through audible I was able to feel a bit of the emotions the narrator did a good job,
Have you listened to any of Martha Lee’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
First time hearing he. I enjoyed her telling of the story. She seemed to get into the characters and try to give them the personality in which you can feel through the story.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I enjoyed the moment during the cell phone, where Etahn trusted her enough to let her peruse through it. Oh, and the bust moment. He shared something special with her.
Any additional comments?
It was an overall nice experience. It was not something monotonous. You could feel that the narrator tried to give it character and meet up to the words portrayed through the story,
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